Bedruthan‘s Mid-Century and Vintage Fair

 

It’s that time of year when we all start looking farther afield for our entertainment, so why not check this out?

Discover an abundance of vintage and mid-century delights at Bedruthan Hotel‘s Mid-Century and Vintage Fair.

Taking place on October 12 and 13 the fair will feature a variety of exhibitors selling furniture, lighting, decorative items, soft furnishings, fashion, accessories and much more.

Attendees will be able to browse three floors of the finest in mid-century and vintage design, fashion and homewares from Cornwall and beyond.

Once visitors have worked up an appetite they can head over to the Vintage Tearoom for sweet treats, sandwiches and a vintage cuppa.

In addition to this, there will also be classic cars (Sunday only), vintage vinyl tunes and live music from Andy “The Crooner” Marshall (Sunday only), as well as their own art gallery and Create shop to explore.

This fair is perfect for lovers of all things vintage, art, homewares, textiles, décor, gifts, fashion, jewellery, accessories, food and drink.

The fair is curated by Duchy Fairs, who create wonderful public fairs across Cornwall. Each fair has a unique concept and they promote the value of buying from independent businesses.

Eve Butler, Brand Marketing Manager, said: “We are excited to have our Mid-Century and Vintage Fair again this year! It brings the hotel back to its vintage roots and is a lovely event all round. We love welcoming locals to these fairs and giving our hotel guests a unique experience for the weekend.”

Tickets for the Mid-Century and Vintage Fair are £1 per adult on the door and will be open between 10 am-4 pm.

Bedruthan’s car park gets very busy during the fair, so they recommend parking at the bottom of the hill in Mawgan Porth beach car park. However, Newquay Lions Club will be offering a free shuttle bus to and from the hotel throughout the fair.

For more information head over to Bedruthan’s website.

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